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as an individual about $29,000 a year a. , if you have income below that, you qualify for the medi-cal expansion program. if you are an individual with 138 poverty level which translates to $16,000 a year for the individual, you would qualify for the expanded medi-cal programment. i did want to talk about services for seniors. traditional medi-cal will continue to exist pretty much unchanged as it exist today for seniors and again for persons with disabilities. the note we would make and there is some, again policy clarifications that we are waiting on around persons with disabilities who are underage 65 have more options today. currently they might be able to apply for the medical expansion program. some of this population maybe on a share cost for the medi-cal program. they may actually qualify for the medi-cal expansion which means they may qualify for the no cost medi-cal. there are some additional options for this group. that is one consideration. on the last one is persons turn 65 with the medi-cal expansion, they will transition from 64 to 65. at age 64 you are under these new rules and
i have is how is medi-cal changing. one of the important things to note is that traditional medi-cal will exist as it does today with the current rule. an of january, the medi-cal will be expanded to childless adults. that is a very big change. some of the rules will be based on a concept called modified adjusted gross income which is aligned to your tax returns some modifications to it. the benefits of traditional medi-cal and expansion medi-cal. but i will keep with the terms traditional medi-cal and expanded medi-cal. the benefits package between traditional and expanded medi-cal will be the same. there is one note that i think is of importance to this group is that there is some state and federal policy pending regarding long-term support and services for the new expanded popping. it's definitely, i don't want to say a gray area but there is some waivers that are pending and we are still waiting for some policy clarification around there. so to kind of bring that full around, i think most people are familiar with the medi-cal program. i did want to put that into the context of he
about cal and san jose state, both teams in action today. meanwhile the warriors make it o kings and the sharks welcome back dan boyle tonight to face the coyotes and that made an immediate impact but this one went down to the wire. find out what happened in sports. [ male announcer ] it is more than just a new car... more than a new interior lighting system. ♪ it is more than a hot stone massage. and more than your favorite scent infused into the cabin. it is a completely new era of innovation. and the highest expression of mercedes-benz. introducing the 2014 s-class. the best or nothing. >>> welcome back to nbc bay area. there's nothing like a nor town battle. warriors and kings trying to determine who ruse the court. sacramento trying to pull off the upset. look at those jerseys. kurri steps back. three points later he had 5,000 career points now. how about in the third. watch klay thompson calling for the ball. raise your hand. then answer. nothing but the bottom of the net. he had 27 point. warriors roll, 98-87. >>> this is what the good teams do. you know, sacramento king
. >>> the cal palace in daly city is expected to be packed again today with people attending one of the country's biggest gun shows. it's sponsored by the crossroads of the west. organizers say they do everything by the book and gun owners appreciate it. >> they won't even let me get a 30 round for my a.r. or nothing. and they ain't even selling 30 rounds in there, it's 10 rounds. everything is california legal in there, so why not? >> we have a huge population of shooters out here and we need a venue to go in and buy the things we need to buy, and i don't see any reason why we can't do it here on state property. >> this weekend show is the first since governor jerry brown vetoed a bill that would have banned all gun shows at that venue. >> if you take your electronics with you when you fly, a big change is ahead. pretty soon you are not going to be told to turn them off before take-offs and landings. that rule has been in place for some 37 years because of fierce the devices would interfere with aircraft electronics. now the federal aviation administration is look to listing those restrictions
by thursday and friday. >> thank you, leigh. >>> can the cal bears turn it around? >> cal played their best game in weeks against arizona and got a break outperformance from hose wd ewelcome to covered california. now, you can no longer be denied coverage because of a pre-existing condition. enroll today at coveredca.com. peppejalapeÑos, bacon,shrooms, tomato and avocado. i call it, "the avocado da vinci". create your om'lart with denny's build your own omelette menu. imagine a place created all around family. where everyone, can relax or play.. ♪ now imagine that place in hawaii. welcome to aulani.... ...a family paradise... with just a touch of disney magic. for special offers, visit disneyaulani.com so yso you can happily let the grlife get in the way, while planning for tomorrow. so you can finish the great american novel banking for the life you have investing for the life you want chase. so you can >>> the cal bears looked like they might break their six-game losing streak but it was not to be. it is a long season for the coaches and fans. first quarter tied at 7. cal on their own
cool down by thursday and friday. >> thank you, leigh. >>> can the cal bears turn it around? >> cal played their best game in weeks against arizona and got a break outperformance from man: that moment. woman: it was a moment that changed my life. i'd been training with my team for months and, now, we had been called up for the first time -- the real deal. wildfires were getting dangerously close to homes. at that moment, i got my first taste of just how important the guard is to my community. announcer: see how the guard can be an important part of your life, at nationalguard.com. >>> the cal bears looked like they might break their six-game losing streak but it was not to be. it is a long season for the coaches and fans. first quarter tied at 7. cal on their own three. stopped for a safety. 9-7, arizona. goth goes to kenny lawler. cal down 5 at halftime. opening drive. denker with a second rushing td on the day. cal never quit. in the third, lawler makes the catch. he had three td catches on the day. bears down 5 and pitched up. denker with another play fake scores. sonny dykes exp
suspects. zimmerman was acquitted of a second degree murder charge back in july. >>> the cal palace in daly city is expected to be packed again today with people attending one of the country's biggest gun shows. it's sponsored by the crossroads of the west. organizers say they do everything by the book and gun owners appreciate it. >> they won't even let me get a 30 round for my a.r. or nothing. and it's not even 30 rounds, it's ten rounds. everything is california legal in there, so why not? >> we have a huge population of shooters out here and we need a venue to go in and buy the things we need to buy, and i don't see any reason why we can't do it here on state property. >> this weekend show is the first since governor jerry brown vetoed a bill that would have banned all gun shows at that venue. >> a big change ahead for gadget toting airline passengers. pretty soon you won't be told to turn them off before takeoffs and landing. federal aviation administration has lifted restriction necessary those -- for 37 years for fear they would interfere with radio transmissions. our property are lo
, zimmerman was acquitted of a second degree murder charge back in july. >>> the cal palace in daly city is expected to be packed again today with people attending one of the country's biggest gun shows. it's sponsored by the crossroads of the west. organizers say they do everything by the book and gun owners appreciate it. >> they won't even let me get a 30 round for my a. r. or nothing. and it's not even 30 rounds, it's ten rounds. everything is legal in there, so why not? >> we have a huge population of shooters out here and we need a venue to go in and buy the things we need to buy and i don't see any reason why we can't do it here on state property. >> this week's show is the first since governor jerry brown vetoed a bill that would have banned all gun shows at that venue. >>> scientists are fighting an effort to speed up logging laws in u.s. forests burned by wildfire. that includes yosemite national forest where the rim fire burned 400 square miles. republican lawmakers have sponsored legislation that would set aside u.s. environmental laws to boost logging in burned out for effor
is back on the ice and in football, cal's defense played at lot better. the result still the same. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, the peninsula...the dream o unbeaten season for the col of san mateo ended today, wa 28-20 loss at undefeated b >>> college football. this just in. for the viewers down the peninsula, ann, the calls won't stop, they just won't stop. the dream of an unbeaten season for the team in san mateo ended today with a 28-20 loss undefeated butte college just north of sacramento. now, at the d1 level the cal bears among the best of the pac- 12 sunday through friday. it's saturday, that's kind of been the issue. cal on the board first today. jared gough to mohammed an 1- yard play as cal is trying to get something done at the expense of arizona coming in. they had to play catch-up the whole game down 12 in the 3rd. gough again nice catch by kenny lawler. cal just down 5. okay. inspired football. but in the end, the defense just couldn't hold arizona. bj14-yard run, close but not enough. 33-28. bears now one in eight for the year. >>> san jose state made it five in a row. 34
they're wagging their tail, they want more sports. we've got cal looking for the second win of the season. how about the sharks looking to catch their breath with the return of the big time defense man and warriors looking for it too after kings give up 126 points to the clippers thursday. don't wag your tail at me, i'll be right back after the break. >>> welcome back to nbc bay area. sharks sporth the second best record in hockey. they're 10, 1, 2. the head coach says the defense man boyle will play in tonight's contest against the coyotes. boyle missed the last seven games after being knocked out during the game against the st. louis blues. >> it's no fun being out. guys have played. can't say i've enjoyed it all that much. it's important for know get out there and get involved physically early hopefully and try to put that image that i have behind me. >> and speaking of coming back, the warriors are back at oracle tonight to face the sacramento kings who have won last three of four meetings. here's thompson with more of the rivalry. >> it's always when playing a rival. it
tonight's time change could be a cause for concern for students on the cal campus. >> and new details on the nursing home shutdown that left patients to fend for themselves. turns out staffers were not the only ones who walked away. good evening, a live look outside at lax. the famous 100-foot pylons are lit up in blue to honor the tsa agent who died. tonight, we have new details. carter evans tells us the suspects paul ciancia, carried multiple weapon's magazines and a chilling message. >> in the note handwritten we found from the defendant, it was signed by the defendant. we found a statement where he made a conscious decision to kill multiple tsa employees. >> reporter: late this afternoon, the widow of jirardo hernandez spoke about her husband, the first officer in the agency's history to die in the line of duty. >> and we're heartbroken. >> reporter: at lax, more than 24 hours after gun fire disrupted thousands of flights, many passengers remain stranded. their belongings still inside the terminal they were fleeing from. >> and i want to go home. >> reporter: paul harris was tryi
. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> there was a lot of optimism about cal today early on. >> they had the spread offense. we saw the terrific debut by jared goff and they sunk like a stone ever sings. stanford faces oregon next thursday but cal bears coach sonny dykes says his players practice great during the week. game day a different story. hosting arizona cal jumps on the board first. jarrod goff, an 11-yard play, 7- 0, the bears looked all right.they had to play catch-up the whole game down 12 in the 3rd. gough again nice catch by kenny lawler. cal just down 5. okay. but in the end, the defense just couldn't hold arizona. bj14-yard run, close but not enough. 33-28. bears now one in eight for the year. >>> san jose state made it five in a row. 34-24 in sin city against unlv. they are 4-1 in the conference, big day on the ground for jared lawson who had 187 yards and a touchdown. >>> to golf, fred couples staring it down today at the charles schwab cup. third round harding park, kenny perry in position for the champions points lead and the million-dollar schwab prize just got to hold off bernhard langer to take that. freddie c
one of the top tourist magnets in the city. part of the cal academies' astronomical success is the weekly nightlife party. >> i am joined by helen, who is here to school me on all the nocturnal activities that are getting ready to take place here. tell us a little about what we can expect to see at nightlife. >> we open up the doors every thursday night at the california academy of sciences. there are certain things you can see every week you can go to the museum, visit the planetarium, and we bring in bars and a deejay or band. it is a different feel from during the day, something different every week. tonight , we have beer and music. -- tonight we have great beer and music. it is beer week. we have a dozen local brewers in african hall. we have a deejays to set up throughout the museum and a live performance at 9:00 p.m. tonight. >> what has been your favorite part as a participant or as an observer? >> my favorite part is to walk around the aquarium in to see people with a drink in their hands, getting to know maybe somebody new, may be looking for a day, or chatting wit
of the new span on labor day weekend. some asphalt from the upper deck were also removed already. cal tran said it will need # years to take down the entire bridge at a cost of $240 million. >> all right. your time now is 707. it kicked up like rosemary said it would and very unhappy people would go back tomorrow and tell rosemary we want better weather. >> oh, she is right. and we don't like that she is right. it is cold. >> i don't like the wind either but i don't like when i am p wrong. >> we actually had the wind kick up in the north bay hills and some of the east bay. and it didn't materialize in some areas. and because of it, the wind advisory has been shifted to some areas. and eliminated from others. i will show you that in just a moment. >> first, giving you look at mostly clear skies and towards san francisco. isn't that a beautiful shot. when you joined us yesterday morning, the low clouds had returned to the coast and inside the bay. because of the wind, we are not seeing any low clouds this morning. >> temperatures also up in some areas. point be you directly to where. >> nova
there, i went to city college then i went to cal and received my bachelors in civil engineer and worked there for about a decision that's not where my passion was so i left the job and went back to school and never turned back. that's what i've been doing pretty much all my life in the classroom or working on organizations that will focus on children and families. that's a little bit about my bathed >> born and raised san franciscan good for you. why did you choose to stay in the city >> i love the city. i'm very passionate about the city. i made the decision to focus on children and the families. i keep on asking the same question when i was younger why would i want to focus my efforts in san francisco. are there other places in the world where i could make a difference. i'm talking about the late 50s and 60s. there was at that time, a lot of population coming in from china. it was an opportunity for me to help people that were struggling in awe second amendment and getting used to things over here. >> what motivated you to get involved in politics. >> part of my motivation i guess
, transportation, pedestrian safety, and, of course, the thousands of medical lives and a medi-cal and hospital patient lives that will be improved because of the commitments that sutter and cpmc have made par you'll pause and maybe ask how did he do it all? we'll also remembered as complicated as it was every persevered whether it was sideboard lou our community leaders argue housing advocates our people next door and in the tenderloin or the people who are health experts. they all worked closely together with the sutter leadership to form an agreement an agreement as complicated as that was as a high commitment that unsaturate had to make it was a great investment it was sensitive and strong. we have ever promise here this reflects all the values our city has put together and the process as complicated as it was it persevered. on behalf of everyone that's worked hard to get here. i want to thank again mark and warren and cpmc's leadership but everyone who sees the benefits into the future. in years to come you'll see a very good campus of mill professions serving us and take care of so many c
football 28-20. san josi state now winners of five straight and beat unlv and was this catch enough for cal to get the win no. 2? ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, these are the hands a pediatrician. these are pioneering advances in heart surgery. and these are developing groundbreaking treatments for cancer. they're the hands of the nation's top doctors. kaiser permanente doctors. and though they are all different, they work together on a single mission: saving lives. discover how we are advancing medicine at kp.org join us, and thrive. jared goff to khalfani muha . >>> back with cal football, get on the board, hosting arizona. jarod goff with the 11-yard plain. bears back, 7-0. nothing to worry, but they had to play catch up the whole game. goff will pass and catch with lawler and that pulled they will within 5 and in the end, as you see, a replay of that one-handed grab. >> wow. >> we make them all the time. i'm just kiddingful in the end the defense couldn't hold the wildcats. denker with the touchdown, cal loses 33-28. bears now 1-8 for the year. ouch. no. 3 florida state in front of close to 85,000
rd we're working with cal bears filipino heritage game. so you'll hear more about that. and just before i leafy want to thank everyone for coming thank you mayor ed lee and the office for services. thank you to many folks. and the rest of the wonderful city hall staff. and thank you to the supervisors and phil for the certificates of honor and thank you to the filipino consulate and their amazing crew for their support. also this event would not happen without the sponsors thank you to at&t and the public works f c. the food sponsors i hope you guys enjoy the food we have many in the filipino kitchen and social brewery and gold i didn't locks. i also want to thank the performing artists we have befrt cruz who sang the anthem and last but not least i want to thank the volunteers (calling names) so i hope you have a nice evening and see you next year >> thank you once again one more time for al perez. let's hear it one more time. thank you for citing >> i'd like to through a quick shout out to the studio in the south of market they're the only dedicated filipinos in the area. i d
the challenge for goth and the bears at memorial stadium. cal took a 7-0 1st quarter lead but arizona scored 19 straight. denker to phillips who finishes the scoring play. 19-7 wildcat. goth threw four touchdown passes. a reverse pivot. lawler would have a game to remember. 19-13 at halftime. look at this one handed effort to haul in another touchdown pass. this is in the 3rd quarter on the get the bears within five at 26-21. again arizona padded the lead and the bears made it closer. goth and lawler hook up. lawler up and over mcknight. it's 33-28 with 1:42 to go. the bores need the ball back. the 17-yard gain, allows the wildcats to run out the clock and hang on for the win. cal falls to 1-8 overall. 0-6 in the pac-12. arizona improves to 6-2 and 3- 2. >> stanford has the weekend off. they are ready for the match up with oregon on thursday night. san jose state and david fails trying to continue the strong effort in the mountain west conference. finding chandler jones for the 7-0 lead at unlv. the spartans add to the lead. nun with the ability. freeman with the 40-yard score. they led 24-3 at
in california and new york but cal are very aestheticly beautiful to watch. i want to add that because of the internet this is an opportunity in inner city. we have a lot of filmmakers the youth filmmakers and i want the rebate group to consider it for them too >> thank you very much (clapping) are there any other members of the public who wishes to speak seeing none, public comment is closed. colleagues thank you for listening to this. me personally as we think about our diversity in san francisco certainly its important to have a diverse rebate film program it helps our city and it's vitally important and more than anything else it's important to see our city on tv and i hope to have your support. any other questions >> i move a positive remedies and we have a second without objection. >> police vehicle mr. clerk call item number 2 and the administration code to establish the donations for the purpose of holding event to open meetings with the capital projects at the san francisco international airport thank you mr. clerk. sorry lost any agenda here >> good morning, chair and mem
happen not broker i've been since 1992 and way before one year before i graduate from cal state with a b f degree in finance. right after i grate i've been a full-time realtor and i've focused on san francisco for real estate. and joining a couple of the local firms including firm tran and johnny is my coworker. and after that so i had an opportunity to open my own broeshlg firm and now i have another brokerage firm opened. under 1 hundred percent of ownership. i have experience from ail those years from the economy going up and down and also i also managing more than almost thirty units including condominiums and commercial throughout the city. also focusing in financial district all the condos all the ones downtown and including the listening no one towers and also i'm so grateful to have the opportunity to represent the investors to purchase two development sites in san francisco. one is in pacific you heights the lubrication reduce - we're getting the building permits and it's broken ground in 2 to 3 months arrest also, we have another one coming up in selma the united states about 6
. >> welcome. >> thank you. so i'm bob planthold. i chair cal transresponse to their ada lawsuit settlement. i was part of this process and even before that i helped write the grand jury report in 2007 that called for some changes in state legislation and enstated responsiveness. i'll let lisa introduce herself too. >> i'm lisa foster, a consultant to the sfmta, and i was named project manager for the accessible parking policy advisory committee. did you already say that jessie couldn't come? >> so carla johnson, the interim director of mayor's office on disability and jessie the director of independent living resources of san francisco were both going to be here today and they couldn't make it and they send their apologies so i will be presenting with bob instead. >> on the screen to your left you see a picture of a man driving a vehicle equipped for use by hand control. part of what we need to make you clear of is description of the problem, then the process we went through, our recommendations and next steps. we want to increase access to parking for people with disabilities, as well as de
record for cbhs. it tracks, it's where we track the information for medi-cal standards. it will be in compliance for all the use measures which are federal measures coming in the next few years. it has already started for san francisco general. so for the purposes of the committee is that there are other electronic health records that are being utilized in san francisco general at amongst primary care. "avatar" is specific to mental health and substance abuse services. within that, there are measures that we are required to provide to the state as well as to the feds regarding outcomes. so they are correct in saying that it's robust in what it has available to it. at the time of the review it was implemented, we are fully implemented at this point. what i mean is that everyone is using it. >> how long have you had the system? >> we started in july of 2010. >> 3 years? to get fully implemented? it's a long time. >> yes. >> why did it take so long? >> it's been implemented. the first year of implementation, we were given access to the people who need it. basically your
hypocrite cal? >> extremely. >> i don't think so. there's a different level of seriousness. >> that's what i'm saying. they're okay with this. >> you mean that they say first amendment, blah. i'm totally on your side on that. there are many times in the history of this country where the first amendment has said it doesn't apply to that. privacy and security, yelling fire in a movie theater. >> i once shouted in a movie theater. >> i made the best point of the segment. it's already illegal. >> we couldn't stop there because we would have four minutes to fill. one person's dirty talk to a kid is another person's -- >> one person's dirty talk to a kid is -- >> cookie monster. >> you're scaring all the people watching. >> it's a terrifying voice. >> that how bill see himself in the mirror. >> that's how bill cease everything. >> the court order is strong with this one. >> don't encourage him. >> who? we don't know who we're talking to? >> under obama care men are covered when they give birth. it's a day whatever of whatever. >> a congresswoman challenged kathleen about coverage you might not nee
question it's understood that the cal pacific hospital has applied for a lot of money to build a replacement hospital because it's seismically unsafe. if we had a big earthquake today in san francisco, the capacity. >> there are three questions. >> my third question, where would the emergency u.s. navy ship, a floating hospital ship dock in all the piers were given up along the waterfront? >> so i do have them here. >> and i'm giving all of these to you and there is a history in san francisco, where there are a lot of political appointees to igsignificant things like emergency response and i would hate to see that done again. >> thank you, mr. hanson. >> my question is what is san francisco doing? >> thank you very much for being here. i will make a commitment in public to meet with you offline to make sure that i have the information just the way you wanted it to be presented and question have staff go over it. we appreciate your time today. any other public comment? seeing none, public comment is now closed and madame secretary will you read the items to go over in las
about her that she started college at cal berkeley at 16 or she's so start the marine corps came to her to help them predict what america's enemies might do? or is it the ph.d. in neuroscience? or is the most amazing thing about ramona pearson simply that she is alive at all? >> the bumper of the car hit my throat slicing it open. i ended up with a bunch of trauma. our ajorta comes up behind your heart and it was severed, so my blood was gurgling out of my mouth, it fomd, and horrible things were happened to me. >> math genius and u.s. marine ramona pearson was run down by a drunk driver when she was just 22 years old. the extent of her injuries was staggering. in a coma for 18 months, and when she woke up, she was blind. she remained blind for 11 years. while her body was damaged, her mathematical mind continued to grow. this is pearson today as ceo of her own startup declara, which uses mathematical algorithms to help large companies connect employees. if you're thinking to yourself someone should make a movie about ramona pearson's life, a script writer has already beat you do it. jo
and not enough to beat arizona. the wildcats win 33-28 and cal now 1 and 8 for the year and with the five-stroke lead and for the championship. horse racing, breeder's cup, macho man and a photo finish. the 7-2 favorite. trained by cathy, a heart transplant survivor who became the first to win the breeder's cup classic. and we'll preview the coming attractions and churchhill downs. you will see some of them in the gates and in louisville, kentucky. that is it. we'll see you later on. have a good day. >>> the coach of the broncos will miss several weeks for games and practice for heart surgery. he's going to have a aortic valve replacement. he hoped to put off the operation until february and yesterday, he -- and tests showed he could not wait longer. the broncos are 7-1 and. >>> chuck schumer had a big announcement yesterday. >> it's time for a woman to be president. so, tonight, here in iowa, and i won't get this opportunity again, i am urging hillary clintonfo run for president! -- hillary clinton to run for president. when shego does, she'll have my -- she will have me full and unwaver
to start with my first guest. is the most remarkable thing about her that she started college at cal berkeley at 16 or she's so start the marine corps came to her
-products of that would have been something that was not only calamitous for the game, but cal ripken's consecutive game played streak would have been stopped. those weren't the reasons that we intervened, but nonetheless, those were by-products which could have caused serious harm to the game. >> host: did you view the major league players' association as a traditional union? >> guest: well, i think -- yes. i think we viewed it that way, and i think that most obvious servers of collective bargaining and baseball have viewed them that way. they are a traditional union, but they perform many functions that a union in auto or steel or lek -- electronics, construction would not perform. because what the union does is simply in baseball and other sports bargain minimum standards on salary, a minimum wage. but as we know, the owners frequently do negotiate -- sometimes to their a everlasting regret as is the case, i think, with the yankees now with rodriguez -- amounts of money, sums which are considerably above the minimum. and as well they negotiate the pension. one of the things that -- as well as health
these ideas -- there are myth cal cancellations of all health insurance, people should read their policy because if they're getting canceled, it is because it doesn't cover mental health screenings, doesn't cover mammograms, doesn't cover prostate exams, if you were to ever use it, it would be canceled because you reach a cap. all of these things that if you ever actually tried to use that junk insurance policy, it will be a nightmare. the federal government said it is illegal to sell people junk policies and if you have one, it has to be converted to a -- >> what you're arguing is that people who said, you know, the president said in the camera, if you like your insurance, you can keep it. you're saying, hey, you didn't like your insurance. you don't know. >> you didn't use it. >> that's a tough sell. he should have said, i guess, something more along the lines of the insurance you have is awful, and we're going to get rid of it and change it. >> this gets the -- i want to get to this side of it as well. we're talking about, you know, what -- this absolutely could still work and what ha
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